Leasing contracts are also governed by this law. The provisions are similar to those applicable to the sale of goods contracts, the exclusion clauses section being the same.  Under the 1893 Act, conditional sales contracts (in which the purchaser takes possession of the goods but the seller reserves the right to repossess) were treated as lease-to-sale contracts, when they were in principle sold. With the standardization of the provisions relating to the rental and sale of goods, conditional sales contracts are now considered a sale.  The owner is generally a financial institution that technically buys the goods from a merchant and then leases it to the tenant on a rental basis with an option to purchase at the end of the contract. There are certain conditions that are considered fundamental in a lease-sale agreement. These basic conditions are, as a rule, implied in a lease-sale agreement in the form of conditions and guarantees pursuant to Section 7 of the Hire Purchase Act 1967: (a) an implicit condition of the owner that the majority of the sample corresponds in quality and (b) an implied condition that the goods must be of negotiable quality , but does not imply such a condition under this clause- The law implicitly expands the scope of the conditions that were defined first. Section 12 of the 1893 Act, which contains three types of unspoken undertakings, replaced Section 12 of the 1893 Act in the Sale of Property Act 1893; a condition that the seller has the right to sell, or, if the property has given him, a guarantee that the merchandise has no additional charges that the buyer has not been informed, and a guarantee of quiet possession. These provisions cannot be excluded, even if the original contract provides that the seller can transfer only his title, there is no condition that the seller has the right to sell.  The law also regulated the sale according to the description in which the products are sold on the basis of a description.
Section 2 states that “the sale of goods should not be prevented from being a description sale solely because, if they are exposed to sale or lease, they are selected by the buyer.” The objective is to ensure that a self-service sale is considered a sale in the form of a description and that the sale is therefore covered by other provisions.  b) in the context of a aforementioned negotiation, if this purpose was claimed by any other person who conducted these negotiations, there must be an implied condition for the goods to be appropriate for that purpose. iii) If the tenant examined the goods or a sample of goods for defects that the examination should have disclosed or (6) , the landlord is not entitled to avail himself of a provision of a tenancy agreement that excludes or amends the condition of the subsection (3), unless he proves that the provisions were communicated to the tenant before the agreement and that their effect has been clarified for him.